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Johns Hopkins Medicine Facebook Page Statistics

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  • In her late 20s and 29 weeks #pregnant, Ashley was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cervical #cancer. Now a mother of a healthy toddler, Ashley reflects on the treatment and support she received from the Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service. #GCAM #GynCancer

      

  • #Gene therapy may seem complicated, but not when biomedical engineer Jordan Green is explaining it. Tune in for dominoes, balloon animals and the ultimate — #cancer cells that destroy themselves. #FightCancer

      

  • How can we stop #breastcancer from spreading? New #cell #research may have unlocked the key. #cancertreatment

      

  • Did you know that MRSA causes nearly 90% of bacterial infections, and these infections result in over 10 million outpatient and emergency room visits and 500,000 hospital admissions per year in the United States?

      

  • Parkinson’s-plus Syndromes shorten lifespan, severely impacts the quality of life and require well-coordinated care. #TomorrowsDiscoveries

      

  • Cell biologist Erika Matunis uses magnets and tiny toy muffins to explain how #stemcells can develop into #cancer. How can understanding these cells help us in the fight against cancer?

      

  • Johns Hopkins stroke expert Valina Dawson wants to protect our brains, growing neurons in her lab to identify causes of brain cell death — and how to prevent them.

      

  • An #aortic #aneurysm can be deadly: See how medicine can stop the destruction of the aorta – and save lives. #heartdisease #heart

      

  • Learn why every year thousands of patients on ventilators are kept in hospitals and nursing homes even though they would have a better chance of recovery and quality of life if they could be cared for at home.

      

  • Lifchez and other faculty members’ goal is to better incorporate feedback for residents into the care we provide our patients by using their one-minute assessment to rate their performance. #TomorrowsDiscoveries

      

  • Many types of #cancer are resistant to #chemotherapy, and there are few — if any — alternative treatments. But researchers may have an answer, and it lies in the ubiquitin protein. #fightcancer

      

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In her late 20s and 29 weeks #pregnant, Ashley was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cervical #cancer. Now a mother of a healthy toddler, Ashley reflects on the treatment and support she received from the Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service. #GCAM #GynCancer

 

 

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